INGREDIENTS

Adam’s Secret is the new solution to enhance your sexual abilities and confidence. With all natural ingredients and available without a prescription, Adam’s Secret is stronger, cheaper, simpler solution than other synthetic and non-synthetic alternatives in the market.

Adam’s Secret is formulated with optimum ingredients including Epimedium Sagitatum, Coleus Froshkohlii, Maca Extract, Niacin, Ginko Leaf Extract, Zinc Sting Nettle, Cnidium Monnieri, Tongkat Ali, Damiana Extract, Horny Goat Weed Extract, Saw Palmetto Extract  and more.

By simply taking one capsule of Adam’s Secret 45~60 minutes before sexual activity, Adam’s Secret will help you produce harder and longer erection. One capsule will be effective for 4~5 days, enhancing your blood flow and testosterone level whenever there’s sexual activity.

Unlike other products, Adam’s Secret does not cause side-effects such as headaches, faster heartbeat, facial redness, or higher blood pressure. Regular consumption of Adam’s Secret for once a week will revive your sexual confidence, as well as your erections and stamina. Adam’s Secret can also help men with erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, and weak prostate. However, Adam’s Secret is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

 

Horny Goat Weed

Horny goat weed is a leafy plant that is native to Asia and the Mediterranean region and has a long history of use in traditional Chinese medicine. It is also known as Epimedium and Yin Yan Huo.
Animal studies indicate that horny goat weed may work by increasing nitric oxide levels, which relaxes smooth muscle and lets more blood flow to the penis or clitoris.
Horny goat weed also appears to act by inhibiting the PDE-5 enzyme, which is the same way that the popular drug Viagra works.
Some evidence suggests horny goat weed may modulate levels of the hormones cortisol, testosterone, and thyroid hormone, bringing low levels back to normal.

 

Maca

Maca (Lepidium meyenii) is a root plant consumed as a food and for medicinal purposes. Maca is also known as “Peruvian ginseng” (despite the fact that it is not a member of the ginseng family), because it is used as a folk remedy to increase stamina, energy, and sexual function. It is typically taken as a pill or liquid extract or as powdered maca root.
Long used to enhance energy and boost stamina, maca is often touted as an aphrodisiac and a natural means of improving sexual performance and fertility. Although few scientific studies have tested maca’s medicinal effects, some research suggests that maca may offer certain health benefits.
There is “limited evidence” for maca’s effectiveness in improving sexual function in men and women, according to a 2010 report published in BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. The report’s authors analyzed four clinical trials, two of which found that maca may have positive effects on sexual dysfunction or sexual desire in healthy menopausal women or healthy adult men.
In a 2008 study from CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics, researchers found that maca may help alleviate sexual dysfunction caused by use of selective-serotonin reuptake inhibitors (or SSRIs, a class of medications used in the treatment of depression). The study involved 20 people with depression, all of whom were experiencing SSRI-induced sexual dysfunction. Results revealed that maca may also help improve libido.
One small study looked at the effect of 4 months of treatment with maca tablets on semen quality in nine adult men. Treatment with maca resulted in increased semen volume, sperm count, and sperm motility. Serum levels of testosterone and estradiol were not affected.
There are different types of maca, including yellow, black, and red maca. Black maca appears to have the greatest effect on sperm count, followed by yellow maca, which has moderate effects.

 

Tribulus

Tribulus terrestris, also known as puncture vine, is a herb that has been used in the traditional medicine of China and India for centuries.
In the mid-1990s, tribulus terrestris became known in North America after Eastern European Olympic athletes said that taking tribulus helped their performance.
The active compounds in tribulus are called steroidal saponins. Two types, called furostanol glycosides and spirostanol glycosides, appear to be involved with the effects of tribulus. These saponins are found primarily in the leaf.
Tribulus is most often used for infertility, erectile dysfunction, and low libido. In the last decade, it has become popular to improve sports performance.
Preliminary animal studies found that tribulus heightened sexual behavior and increased intracavernous pressure. This was attributed to increases in testosterone. There haven’t been any well-designed human studies to confirm these early findings.

 

Catuaba

The catuaba is a short tree that expands in the Amazon tropical woods of north Brazil. Its fruit is inedible, however its bark is generally utilized by the Topi Indians for medical functions. Catuaba bark is mainly understood as an aphrodisiac, however is additionally taken to assist with memory retention, worry and sleep loss.
Catuaba bark is a well known natural aphrodisiac. It is generally brewed in tea. The enthusiast needs to eat 3 to 4 cups regularly prior to feeling any type of impacts. Sexual dreams are the typical very first sign that the catuaba is working, and they are followed by improved need. Lab researches have actually verified catuaba’s people treatment condition. These researches reveal that it enhances the mind’s level of sensitivity to dopamine, which makes sex more satisfying, and boosts erectile strength with vasodilation, which broadens the blood vessels.
Catuaba bark additionally supplies a natural pick-me-up to ease exhaustion and keep the mind sharp. Consuming catuaba tea can easily additionally soothe the nerves and lower tension. It is stated to work as a sexual stimulant for females in addition to guys. A Brazilian business was granted a patent in 2002 for an HIV deterrence formula based upon catuaba bark. Research on this item’s efficiency in combating HIV was continuous as of 2011. No sick impacts of catuaba bark have actually been stated by individuals.
Chemical Constituents
Catuaba bark includes cinchonain to assist combat micro-organisms. It additionally consists of phytosterols, fatty acids and anti-oxidants. Some supplements consist of yohimbine, a natural aphrodisiac. Catuaba is associated with the coca plant, however does not consist of the alkaloids that drug does. When made use of as a sexual stimulant, catuaba is frequently incorporated in a tincture with the bark of muira puma, an additional tropical rain forest tree that expands to 15 feet in height. In the Topi language, “muira puma” implies “effectiveness wood.”
Catuaba is additionally understood as catigua, angelim-rosa and pau de reposta. The 2 types of catuaba most frequently utilized are Erythroxylum catuaba and Trichilia catigua. Catuaba bark can easily be eaten in tinctures, where an alcoholic fluid is distilled from the bark. It could additionally be ingested in capsules or brewed in tea. Catuaba’s result on virility is commemorated in the Brazilian individual stating which goes, “Till a dad is 60, the son is his. After that, the son is catuaba’s.”

 

L-Arginine

L-arginine is an amino acid commonly sold in supplement form and obtained naturally in the diet. L-arginine-rich foods include plant and animal proteins, such as dairy products, meat, poultry, fish, and nuts.
Necessary for the production of protein, L-arginine also helps rid the body of ammonia (a waste product) and stimulates the release of insulin. In addition, L-arginine is used to make nitric oxide (a compound that relaxes the blood vessels). Although some studies suggest that L-arginine may benefit certain health conditions, other research shows that L-arginine may have harmful effects on some individuals.
Several small studies show that increasing intake of foods high in L-arginine may help ease symptoms, increase exercise tolerance, and improve blood vessel function in people with angina.
There’s some evidence that L-arginine may benefit men with erectile dysfunction. In a 1999 study published in the journal BJU International, for instance, 50 men with erectile dysfunction took either 5 grams of L-arginine per day or a placebo. After six weeks, more men in the L-arginine group showed improvement compared to those taking the placebo.
Like the drug sildenafil citrate (Viagra), L-arginine is thought to enhance the action of nitric oxide and—in turn—relax the muscles surrounding blood vessels supplying the penis. As a result, blood vessels in the penis dilate, increasing blood flow, which may help maintain an erection. The difference in how they work is that Viagra blocks an enzyme called PDE5, which destroys nitric oxide, and L-arginine is used to make nitric oxide. Unlike Viagra, L-arginine is taken on a daily basis for erectile dysfunction.

 

Ginko

Ginkgo is one of the oldest living tree species. The extract of ginkgo leaves is used medicinally in North America, where it’s one of the most popular medicinal herbs, and many other countries around the world. In traditional Chinese medicine, the seeds of the ginkgo tree are used.
Other names for ginkgo include Maidenhair tree, Kew tree, and Japanese silver apricot.
Ginkgo leaves are believed to contain compounds that thin blood and help to improve muscle tone in the walls of blood vessels. This may enhance blood flow.

 

Damiana

Damiana is a plant native to Mexico and the southern United States. The dried leaves are used medicinally.
Damiana has been widely used as an aphrodisiac in Mexico for men and women.
The use of damiana as an aphrodisiac is somewhat controversial because there is no scientific evidence that it works and yet it has been widely promoted as a sexual stimulant.
One study suggests that damiana may have plant compounds with effects similar to those of progesterone. Over 150 herbs were tested for their ability to bind with estrogen and progesterone receptors in breast cancer cells and found that the damiana was among the six highest progesterone-binding herbs and spices.
Damiana is also used for asthma, anxiety, depression, headache, and menstrual disorders, however, there is no scientific evidence that it works for these conditions.

 

Tongkat Ali

Tongkat Ali is a tree native to Malaysia, Thailand, and Indonesia. The part of the tree used medicinally is the root.

Tongkat Ali was dubbed the “Asian Viagra” in a May 1999 report in the New Sunday Times.
It has been used in Malaysia for many years by men to increase sexual desire, libido, sexual performance and to treat erectile dysfunction.
Tongkat ali appears to work by increasing levels of the hormone testosterone. Testosterone is primarily responsible for the growth and development of male reproductive organs, including the penis, testicles, scrotum, prostate, and seminal vesicles. Normal testosterone levels maintain energy level, mood, fertility, and sexual desire.
Because of its testosterone-enhancing properties, tongkat ali is also used by bodybuilders to increase muscle mass and strength.

* Adam’s Secret is not intended to cure any disease or illness. Consult with your doctor or physician before taking Adam’s Secret. The health information contained herein is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace discussions with a healthcare provider. All decisions regarding user should be made with a healthcare provider, considering the unique characteristics of the user.